Posted On:2/28/2010 1:50am
lol... I heard bone hardening happens due to calcium deposits building up to prevent a break under stress... But why would that effect your joints?
Posted On:3/01/2010 9:21pm
Style: Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai, H&K
Why are all of these experimental bone hardening methods being mentioned when Viagra already exists? If you're having trouble with that ****, talk to your doctor. I doubt sticking it in vinegar or hitting stuff with it or anything like that is going to do much.
Posted On:3/01/2010 10:59pm
Style: TKD, Arnis, Catch
Originally Posted by Osaka peach
I was wondering about those fist push ups that many martial arts recommends doing. I know JKD recommends doing it to make your hand sturdier and reduce the risk of injury, but funny enough boxing coaches I've known never mentionned this. Maybe it doesn't harden the knuckles any more than just hitting the heavy bag after all. :read2:
Knuckle push ups are for strengthing the wrist and giving you a bigger range of motion in the push up. Not bone conditioning.
Posted On:3/03/2010 7:24pm
If you are ever in Boston come look me up.
I will show you some material you can use to help your training.
Posted On:3/03/2010 11:55pm
Style: Working out
Well another thing I was thinking about is how those nasty leg breaks happen in mma from like blocking a kick or something. Is it because the guy didnt practice his leg conditioning enough? Or is it because he practiced too much which led to weaker bones.
Posted On:3/04/2010 7:00am
its cos he got **** unlucky
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